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Sunday, May 07, 2023

5 Nigerian Musicians I Want To See Back On Stage – ADD YOURS

The Nigerian music industry is known for its diverse genres and talented artists who have graced the scene over the years.

However, some of these artists have disappeared from the spotlight, leaving their fans wanting more.

While artists like D’banjDon JazzyWande Coal, and others have been prominent on the scene for more than a decade, others have dropped from the radar.

This article highlights 5 such artists who have made a mark in the industry and need to make a comeback.



His real name is Ekenedirichukwu Ijemba, started his career as an actor before venturing into music.

He gained fame with his hit song “Osinachi” and collaborated with artists like Davido and Phyno.

Despite his successful debut album that featured industry heavyweights, Humblesmith has not released any music since 2020.


Runtown, whose real name is Douglas Jack Agu, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and producer known for his diverse music catalogue.

He gained prominence in the Nigerian music industry with his hit single “Gallardo” in 2014, which featured Davido.

Runtown’s music is primarily Afrobeat and blends elements of reggae, dancehall, and R&B.

His songs often feature catchy melodies, rhythmic beats, and vibrant instrumentation. One notable aspect of his music is his smooth vocal delivery, which adds a distinct flavor to his tracks.

In addition to “Gallardo,” Runtown has released several other successful singles. “Mad Over You” became a massive hit in 2016, propelling him to international recognition

Oritse Femi

Oritse Femi made a grand entrance into the Nigerian music scene with his rendition of Fela’s “Double Wahala.

He captivated audiences with hit singles like “Flog Politician” “Money na Time” “Mercies of the Lord” “Body & Soul” and “Sexy Ladies.”

Before rising to prominence, Oritse Femi was part of a musical group called The Junglist, hailing from Ajegunle, his hometown. However, following a disagreement, the group disbanded in 2006.

Undeterred, Oritse Femi embarked on his solo journey and quickly gained popularity with the release of songs like “Elewon” and “Flog Politician” which resonated deeply with reggae music enthusiasts.

Maleek Berry

Maleek Berry is a British-Nigerian record producer and recording artist, who gained popularity with his hit songs “Kontrol,” “On Fire,” and “Bend It.”

He has worked with prominent artists like WizkidDavido, and Runtown and was nominated for several awards.

Ice Prince

Ice Prince, whose real name is Panshak Henry Zamani, rose to fame with his hit song “Oleku” in 2011.

He released his second studio album “Fire of Zamani” in 2013, which featured hit songs like “Aboki” and “More.”

I’m sure you thinking how come my list of artists I want back is weak. Like with the whole dope gone artistes, I chose these ones to come back.

Well, I believe our opinions really differ, and those are the artists that Gbe Mi Debe when they’re the talk of the town.

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